This is a discussion on Heads up all-in every hands within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; Well, it has happened to me more than once, to be playing a sit and go to reach the heads up moment and when the
Well, it has happened to me more than once, to be playing a sit and go to reach the heads up moment and when the opponent realizes that my post flop game starts to drain him more and more he decides to go all-in all the hands. When we have a similar stack, paying an all-in unless it is a premium hand is a bit of raffling the tournament at 50% -40% chance with any hand that wins it or me, so considering how we were playing It's a big deal for my rival, since he kept losing postflop chips.
So my question would be, how do you think is the best way to act in this situation? Since most times I decide to pay all-in I end up losing the first place.
5th November 2017, 6:59 PM
Game: NLHE, PLO
That's an easy one. Adjusted nash calling ranges.
5th November 2017, 7:30 PM
Poker at: Pokerstars
Yep,opponents do this when they have no heads-up game.Just gotta deal with it and wait for a hand to call with.
5th November 2017, 7:37 PM
Oliver Wayne 
Online Poker at: pokerstars
Do not сall somebody's bluff. Just wait for perfect hand.
5th November 2017, 8:24 PM
Poker at: 888
re: Poker & Heads up all-in every hands
Really depends on where the blinds are if they are low still you can wait for that awesome hand to take him down . If they are a little higher and he is draining you you better pick one and get em in .60/40 at even stacks is a lot better than 80/20 just to catch up when your down to 25% of the chips
6th November 2017, 4:08 AM
mtl mile end 
Online Poker at: Pokerstars
Well there's a Heads Up Club open to all:
Perhaps you could test the possibilities/limitations of both sides of this situation.
I've usually found that "going in every hand" really means "going in way too much, but not actually every hand". The trick is to make sure that your overaggressive opponent is overaggressive when you need him to be. Stack and blind sizes dependent, open up your opening range enough to include some limps to see how he'll react so you can get him to shove when you have it.